NAFTA Deal Boosts U.S. Auto Industry

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October 1, 2018 – The Trump administration recently struck a new trade deal with Canada, that anticipates a boost in America's auto plants and dairy farms while strengthening a trade relationship that's essential to the Western New York economy," The Buffalo News reports. 

Negotiators for President Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau struck the deal perilously close to a midnight deadline, The Buffalo News reports. 

The three nations agreed to a new, open-ended pact that keeps much of NAFTA's basis structure in place while improving its terms for some key U.S. industries.

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